Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
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About Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines:
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines’ offers a unique and refreshing cruise experience that has been voted ‘Best Affordable Cruise Line’ and runner-up ‘Best Cruise Line’ in the ‘Cruise International Awards 2013’.
The award winning service on board the cruise line’s fleet of four traditional, more intimate ships-Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca, and Black Watch-is, along with outstanding and innovative cruise itineraries, why cruise guest return to Fred.Olsen time and time again.
Fred.Olsen caters for the traditional 55+ British guest, and the on board atmosphere is like an English ‘country house hotel’. Well over 90% of guests are British, and the language on board is English with all prices in Pounds Sterling.
The small size of Fred.Olsen’s cruise ships means that they are friendly and welcoming, and being on a smaller scale, they are able to access ports that many larger vessels cannot, meaning cruise guests are taken to the very heart of the destinations that they visit. The decor is stylish and elegant, displaying many artworks of varying styles belonging to the Olsen family. There is a very friendly information ambiance, and staff quickly get to know guests by their names…and even by their favorite ‘tipple’!
Fred.Olsen Cruise Line Destinations:
- Australasia and Oceania
- North American and Caribbean
- South and Central America
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines Ships:
- Balmoral, 1,300 Passengers
- Braemar, 929 Passengers
- Boudicca, 880 Passengers
- Black Watch, 804 Passengers
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